After an extensive census, the Kern County Homeless Collaborative found that homeless numbers dropped in 2015 compared to those in 2014.
Golden Hills residents and sanitation customers have until April 7 to submit comments on a draft report conducted by engineering firm Provost & Pritchard on a feasibility study of Golden Hills Sanitation Company.
Despite a prolonged drought and slight increase in demand for water, a Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District ad hoc rate committee may advise to keep rates stable for the next year.
A quid pro quo deal with a neighboring water agency will allow Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District a little more water management flexibility in the future.
Kern County supervisors bookmarked a process on March 17 that would set the stage for privatization of the county library system.
A much-anticipated Walmart hearing has been rescheduled for April 24, 2015.
With another season of grant funding on its way, the city of Tehachapi has called for resident input at a 6 p.m. workshop on April 1 workshop at the Tehachapi Police Department's community room, 220 West "C" St.
Supporters and opponents alike will have to wait on whether the city will get a Walmart because the March 27 hearing has been delayed.
The Kern County Sheriff's coroner's office identified the man found dead in the back of a pickup on Tehachapi Willow Springs Road on Feb. 9 as 34-year-old Juan Carlos Perez, of Sylmar, Calif.
Prosecutors have dismissed all charges against an 80-year-old Tehachapi man who was accused of holding a woman captive and sexually assaulting her.
Bear Valley Police are looking for a possible burglar suspect who allegedly entered the Oak Tree Country Club on March 15 and stole approximately $500 worth of alcohol.
Tehachapi ranked third in tourism draw for all Kern County, according to a presentation made by county and city of Tehachapi staff at March 16 city council meeting.